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Approx. Running Time: 75 Minutes

Is Purgatory real? Could the Afterlife require suffering? Can the living help alleviate the anguish of the dead? This groundbreaking documentary investigates these compelling life-after-death questions through spiritual, scientific, and cultural perspectives.

From the award-winning producer of (Ocean of Mercy) this film uncovers new research offering fresh insights unavailable just a generation ago. Now for the first time top scholars scientists, historians, and church leaders revisit age-old questions and embark on a spiritual quest to unlock the controversy and consolation of Purgatory. Add to your cart or wish list above.

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Must see video
This is a very well-researched and inspiring video on the explanation of Purgatory and its biblical and experiential proof. Father Lorigs testimony about the souls coming to him for prayers was especially moving. This topic needs to be revived in our Church. Today it seems the Suffering souls are forgotten. They need our prayers and suffrages to help speed up their release. Someday itll be our turn to be there. Hopefully well be able to count on those here on earth to pray for us.
Review by Helene / (Posted on 1/20/2014)
thanks for the forgotten preaching of the Roman Catholic Church
The video was well documented and the interviews of the priests and guests were impressive. I had similar experiences like that priest that said the souls visited him and asked for prayers. Recently, I visited a memorial place in a Buddhist temple with my aunt where she put all the names of her deceased parents and sibilings and I thought they all wanted me to offer masses for them as they were not Catholics. I wondered if anybody did that at all. One day later, I went to a restaurant casually for a Wonton noodle soup and there was this picture in the newspapers that was stuck on the wall , of a business man whom I knew who died like ten years before and he visited that restaurant. Since he was sort of famous, his picture was still there. So I went to church and offered a mass for him as well, I guess also nobody offered mass for him as I thought he was either atheist or communist. So that was two events in a series, with month of Souls coming up, thank you Jesus for reminding me to pray for them and get the indulgences for them, every Catholic needs to know that they are of invaluable help to the poor souls because only Catholics can obtained a plenary indulgence for the souls through the Catholic Church, Lord have mercy on us. Thank you.
Review by grace / (Posted on 10/20/2013)
Loved this documentary film. It explained Purgatory in a very real sense. If Catholics and Protestants alike watched this movie, Purgatory would be revitalized into the church and many would believe.
Review by / (Posted on 10/14/2013)